Tigers Get Revenge on New Rochelle

This Friday, was the last game of the season for the White Plains Tigers and it was all about revenge on the New Rochelle Huguenots, their Westchester rival.
Last week, New Rochelle had defeated the Tigers in a grueling triple overtime. However, this afternoon, the Tigers settled the score winning 84-77.
In the first quarter, White Plains Sean Kilpatrick's 3-point streak began with his first shot. The Tigers controlled the quarter while the Huguenots chased their lead. New Rochelle's 6-1 guard Simeon Marsalis made a couple of driving plays into the basket tying up the score. However, the Tigers were just to fast for the Huguenots out scoring them throughout the quarter. The quarter closed out with an exciting White Plains Rashad James making a 3-pointer right on the buzzer.
The Huguenots seemed like they check out of the game early except for senior 6-0 guard Markell Rice. Rice played with the same intensity that he had in last week's game.
After the half, the Huguenots return to the third quarter revived, and looked as if they were ready to play. Marsalis regained his momentum putting in 2-points, with help from teammate Rice. Antoine Mason got into the game late putting up points for the Huguenots but the Tigers were too far ahead already.
Kilpatrick continue the quarter showing what teamwork is all about passing the ball to James for a 2-points and he ended the fourth quarter with two 3-pointers. The Huguenots had foul trouble throughout most of the game, which contributed to their fall to the Tigers 84-77.
High scorer of the night was Kilpatrick 38 points, 7-3pointers, 6 rebounds, 6 assists while James adding 11points with one 3-pointer. New Rochelle's high scorer was Marsalis with 22 points and Rice with 21 points.
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